As mentioned in previous blogs, I am a Berkshire County native. At the risk of sounded redundant, this will be another entry professing my love for this region #sorrynotsorry.
Recently Heirlooom Fire was asked to participate in The Berkshire Wedding Tour. The tour focuses on venues and wedding caterers in the berkshires. This year attendees hailed from New England, New York City and The Hudson Valley, though in past years the attendees haves traveled from different corners of the country.
The Berkshire Wedding Tour focuses on bringing wedding industry professionals to The Berkshires and showcasing the beauty of my beloved home town. Over the course of 4 days, the guests are put up at The Red Lion Inn and Cranwell. Each day the guests were set up to tour various Berkshire wedding venues and each night ended with a meal by Berkshires wedding caterers.
The ultimate goal of the tour is to bring more business to The Berkshires as it really is such a beautiful area with so much range.
Heirloom Fire was asked to prepare the dinner for the second night at Mass MoCa. I was very excited to work in such an interesting and different place. Typically we set up our kitchen in sprawling fields or adjacent to historic mansions fill